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John Kerry the sociopath to hell?
WorldNet Daily ^ | 10-28-04 | ChristianDefender

Posted on 10/28/2004 1:25:15 AM PDT by ChristianDefender

Was there ever a time in history when America had such a crappy choice for president?

The election is just days away, and it's time to get serious about what to do with that vote of yours, now that you've heard the claims, seen the ads and gotten sick to your stomach.

Sally St. John, Ph.D.

The question we're asking each other is not "Who are you voting for?" but, instead, "Who are you voting against?"

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TOPICS: Politics/Elections
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1 posted on 10/28/2004 1:25:15 AM PDT by ChristianDefender
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To: ChristianDefender

WOOOOOOO! You go girl!!!


2 posted on 10/28/2004 1:32:32 AM PDT by blogblogginaway
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To: ChristianDefender

Uh, mmmmmm, yes: Carter, Mondull, Dukakis, Klintoon 2x; the liberal-demokkkRATs consistently put up losers, dirtbags, lowlifes and morons as their choices for us to vote against.


3 posted on 10/28/2004 1:36:05 AM PDT by 7.62 x 51mm ( veni vidi vino visa "I came, I saw, I drank wine, I shopped")
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To: ChristianDefender

Some of her comments are moronic, but she's making the right choice, and she's cute, so that makes her OK. :)


4 posted on 10/28/2004 1:37:48 AM PDT by Darkwolf377
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To: ChristianDefender

"I say watch everything. Watch what people do. Watch how people treat people, when they think people aren't looking. Watch the track record. Kerry's record chokes for itself. Watch the eyes. Watch if the eye contact is easy and steady when a direct question is asked, or if it seems strained, broken, or shifts. Watch attendance. Watch temper. And yes, watch the wife, but watch the whole package, and watch your intention."

In Kerry's case look at his voting record. People say he flip-flops. I'm not buying that because on look at his voting records tells me what this man is all about. Words are cheap. Actions speak louder than words. Look at his testimony before Congress in 1971. Why did he meet with the communist negotiators in Paris. He tries to portray himself as a war hero. Well, that's even in doubt when you listen to those that were there. Ask the POWs that stayed at the Hanoi Hilton. Listen to Kerry's ranting about the missing explosives. He believes if you bark loud enough people will believe you. Even his own people say we don't know when the explosives went missing but that hasn't stopped him from branding Bush as incompetent. Kerry is a lot like Hitler. If you really wanted to know what Hitler was about you just had to read "Mein Kampf". If you want to know what Kerry is about read his congressional voting record. Voting for Kerry because you hate President Bush is not a good enough reason and you should not be voting. If Kerry stands for what you believe and you can say that then you'll vote for him. I can tell you one thing. I've looked at Kerry's voting record. It told me that this is a man I cannot vote for because of his stand on the issues. He cares not for the middle class (why would he tax the rich, he'd be taxing himself). Kerry cares for one person and one person alone, HIMSELF!


5 posted on 10/28/2004 3:03:31 AM PDT by MadAnthony1776
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To: ChristianDefender
I'm one of these people she's talking to. The Republicans at the end, I mean.

I've got real issues with Bush including the excessive spending and pathetic border control. I also do not share his desire for an ammendment on marriage because I trust the several states. For much of the election cycle, sitting in California--a hopelessly Democrat state, I planned not to vote for a presidential candidate.

But, Dear God in Heaven, John F'n Kerry is such a frightening candidate, such a threat to America, that I could not sit idle.

7 posted on 10/28/2004 4:52:59 AM PDT by newzjunkey (Keep crime down: NO on CA Prop 66. Pray for America and Vote BUSH!)
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To: ChristianDefender
WND articles don't need to be excerpted.

Thursday, October 28, 2004

John Kerry – the sociopath to hell?

Posted: October 28, 2004
1:00 a.m. Eastern

© 2004 WorldNetDaily.com

Was there ever a time in history when America had such a crappy choice for president?

The election is just days away, and it's time to get serious about what to do with that vote of yours, now that you've heard the claims, seen the ads and gotten sick to your stomach.


Sally St. John, Ph.D.

The question we're asking each other is not "Who are you voting for?" but, instead, "Who are you voting against?"

I know many of you have issues with President Bush. I openly admit I do. But that doesn't justify the big mistake Americans will make if they if they elect John Kerry.

Now is not the time to give the president the royal "screw you," no matter how disappointed, betrayed, fed up, or entitled you feel.

Take me, for instance. The minute I saw the World Trade Center struck, I suspected the federal government may have had advance information or – dare I say – that we did something somewhere in the world to spark it. You don't have to persuade me to be suspect.

Let's talk Iraq. I believe the only reason we're there is economic. WMD? Please! Couldn't Bush have come up with a better line? Of course they have weapons of mass destruction. They got them from us at some point, didn't they?

The president should have just said: "Yep, we're going in, kicking some butt, taking names, and taking whatever else we damn well feel like – because we can, and because Clinton didn't have the nads to get the job done when he could have and should have."

At least we would have respected him. Someone with spine.

There's no doubt Bush has an agenda (what politician doesn't?), and there's no doubt Bush has lied.

But I believe Kerry's a bigger liar than Bush, and a different kind of liar. His agenda is far worse and far more dangerous. If Americans vote for Kerry just because they're angry at Bush, they will inadvertently be inviting in a demon of mass destruction more devastating than they ever dreamed of.

It's time to stop reacting emotionally and start thinking clearly. This is serious. What do you think it means when a candidate's fellow Democrats jump the fence and vote Republican? It means you better open your eyes.

Being mad at Bush does not justify a "grudge vote" for Kerry.

If I had a serious problem with my husband, would that entitle me to jump in bed with his rival? Or would it be my obligation to do everything possible to address and make an effort to truly understand the issues, and what my part in those issues was?

Then, and only then, if we still didn't see eye to eye, I believe we have every right, and obligation, to leave that relationship. And when we do leave, I hope to heaven, we choose a better partner. Not someone who's "just going to tell you what you want to hear to get you to go to bed with him and then he's going to throw you away," as my Italian mother would say.

And like my father told me, you hear more truth not by listening to what a man says, but by watching what a man does, and by watching his wife! Pay attention to the character of the man's wife, for that is the true reflection of the man.

Take Kerry's wife ... please. It's going to take more than those Bo-Peep curls to smooth that out. I hope Americans don't sweep her inexcusable projection she made to the first lady under the rug. "She hasn't worked a day in her life!" Freud would have been clicking his heels and yeehawing over that one. But did the Democratic-sheeple see through that? I don't know. Couldn't they see it was Teresa's own truth slipping out as plain as the nose on her face? Hard to say, because they are so steeped in this feeling of being swept up in unity that this country lacks, they will overlook it to belong.

I say watch everything. Watch what people do. Watch how people treat people, when they think people aren't looking. Watch the track record. Kerry's record chokes for itself. Watch the eyes. Watch if the eye contact is easy and steady when a direct question is asked, or if it seems strained, broken, or shifts. Watch attendance. Watch temper. And yes, watch the wife, but watch the whole package, and watch your intention.

Is it really Kerry you want? Or is it any a token Democrat? Or is it to punish Bush?

Some people will say anything, whether it's true or not. Some papers will print anything, because they want you to believe, and act, and vote a certain way – it doesn't mean there's truth in it. Yet, we humans still have the inclination to want to ignore the red flags. It's a phenomenon I research. The ostrich factor. An untrained eye cannot spot the difference between a genuinely great guy and a con artist/sociopath's charming, charismatic personality. The trained eye can, but sometimes chooses not to. Go figure.

Could Americans be so naive as to believe Kerry means what he says? Or maybe they don't care. I was looking at an Associated Press photograph of some "healthier" Kerry supporters with big round stickers on their heads. These women look like the only thing they are committed to is getting a refill on their Big Gulps, Birkenstocks, and finding out when their next meal is going to be handed to them. I don't think they would care who ran for president, as long as he's a Democrat and these bennies keep a comin'. They'd vote for Kerry no matter what. You could hypothetically tell those women that Kerry was a felon guilty of the most heinous crime. They probably wouldn't hear you. It's already common knowledge Kerry tossed his war decorations, claimed U.S. troops were committing war atrocities, and that he was being directed by the enemy in a time of war. That doesn't seem to phase them.

Now if this came out about President Bush, they'd have their elastic waistbands in a knot.

Not to say that Mr. Bush has never disappointed me.

The debates are a prime example. I was lecturing in New York that week, and found myself sandwiched in between real live Kerry supporters. Prior to that, I didn't think they existed.

"This oughta be good," I thought. "Bush'll show 'em." It went from bad to worse as I watched the professional liar, Kerry, put his sociopathic-transferable skills to good use, pulling one B.S. nugget after another out of his New Englandular posterior.

Bush just took it. He let me down ... again.

I was shouting at the TV from the 18th story of the Roosevelt Hotel, same way you'd yell out to protect the woman about to get bludgeoned in a murder movie. You know, the endangered girl gets the bright idea to check out the strange noise in the basement at night all by herself, unarmed, with a serial killer on the loose. You scream to her: "Call the police!" "Turn on the light!" "At least pick up a tweezer!" "Whatever you do, don't open the door ... (to John Kerry)!"

Of course, she doesn't listen, and now lies in a pool of her own blood, plucked from head to toe. Too bad, so sad.

That's how I feel right now. Americans aren't listening.

They're so mad at George Bush, and so determined to show him how mad they are, that they're going open the door to Kerry and hurt themselves in the process.

It's like having a beef with God, but instead of clearing the air, you turn your back on Him, hold a grudge, and make friends with the enemy, inviting Satan over for lunch.

Think of your ballot like this:

[__] FOR Kerry – John Kerry, Democrat

[__] FOR Kerry – Ralph Nader, Independent

[__] FOR Kerry – Undecided, not voting, Mickey Mouse, or anyone else

[X] AGAINST Kerry – George W. Bush, Republican

We need to vote against Kerry, then make our voices heard after the election and bitch at Bush.

In the meantime, there's still time left to influence the election. If what I've said rings true, then share it with others. Talk, write, e-mail, but most importantly vote – against Kerry.

Then you can say with a clear conscience you were a part of the movement responsible for keeping him out of office, and from preventing your son or grandson from getting drafted, and your taxes from being hiked. That you stepped up to the plate and did whatever you could to stop something deeply wrong from happening.

This is a historic moment. Americans must stand up and stand beside each other, regardless of party affiliation, and be Americans first and foremost. We must do the right thing.

God bless the Democrats who are listening to their higher selves in the voting booth and are secretly sticking it to Kerry, giving their vote to Bush. (We won't tell!) Just know you did the right thing.

And God bless the Republicans who have forgiven George enough to again rally behind him, especially those Republicans who couldn't bring themselves to forgive "W" yet, but who are voting for him anyway. And the rest of you who came from wherever you came from, and those still coming, to back the president.

May God bless us all, and inspire us to seek and follow the Truth with unwavering certainty on this Election Day and every day.

Sally St. John, Ph.D., is an author, wellness expert and success strategist who specializes in identifying obstacles to personal and business success, using a method which determines the truth about virtually any question in 60 seconds or less.

8 posted on 10/28/2004 5:11:32 AM PDT by A.A. Cunningham
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To: ChristianDefender
Correlate all statements made by any persons serving/wanting to serve in gov.

You can google whole statements, sources, excerpted context, etc. Google away folks, because regardless of which side of the fence you call home, know that either side will lie, and 'mislead' for power. Power is funny that way....it'll make folks do incredible things.

9 posted on 10/28/2004 10:45:47 AM PDT by softengine (Correlate everything. Practice critical thinking. Don't be a sheeple.)
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To: softengine

Yes, I expect to be flamed for that statement. I'm ready.


10 posted on 10/28/2004 10:46:15 AM PDT by softengine (Correlate everything. Practice critical thinking. Don't be a sheeple.)
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To: ChristianDefender
Kerry doesn't seem to study democrats he plays on TV....

Repetition does not transform a lie into a truth.

-Franklin D. Roosevelt, radio address, October 26, 1939 32nd president of US (1882 - 1945)

11 posted on 10/28/2004 10:50:30 AM PDT by Squantos (Be polite. Be professional. But, have a plan to kill everyone you meet. )
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